5 Ways to Enjoy Spring in Victor Harbor
3rd September 2019
Victor Harbor has long been a favoured tourist destination for South Australians and tourist alike. Now the sun is finally out, it is the perfect time to visit the coastal town in South Australia. Stay with us at McCracken Country Club, your number 1 choice for Victor Harbor accommodation. Read on to discover our top 5 ways to enjoy spring in Victor Harbor!
Victor Harbor Spring Festival
Victor Harbor is hosting a food, wine, craft beer and music spring festival celebrating the region’s produce and diverse talent. Promising a showcase of great Australian talent on the October long weekend, be sure not to miss out!
Swim with Tuna at Oceanic Victor
You probably already know that you can swim with sharks, sea lions and dolphins in South Australia, but how about tuna? This spring, start your engines and race our aptly named Ferraris of the Sea at Oceanic Victor in Victor Harbor. Experience life beneath the waves, swimming with the fastest fish in the sea, or settle into an underwater observatory, just off Granite Island.
Photo via (IG) @oceanicvictor
Hop aboard the Cockle Train
Historic to Victor Harbor, hop aboard the cockle train this spring and you’ll see beautiful landscapes whilst you drive through coastal towns of Goolwa, Victor, Middleton and Port Elliot. Be sure to pack your camera, you may even spot a whale in the ocean!
Enjoy a Gin Tasting at Rochfort Distillery
One of South Australia’s newest distilleries has opened a whisky lounge bar and 200-seat restaurant in a picturesque valley outside Victor Harbor. If gin is your thing, this quaint lounge bar is worth a visit.
Photo via indaily.com.au
Take a trip on the iconic Horse Drawn Tram
Iconic to Victor Harbor, the horse drawn tram is 84km due south of Adelaide and situated at the head of Encounter Bay. The sea, beaches, spectacular views and wildlife make it a popular tourist attraction for visitors from overseas and interstate. The Victor Harbor Tramway operates from the mainland across the Causeway and around the northwest side of Granite Island.
Header Image via Oceanic Victor